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Modelio at MDDAY 2010

November 25th 2010 - Modelio at MDDAY 2010

Modelio was presented at the MDDAY 2010 show, held at Microsoft's head office in Issy les Moulineaux. Participants were able to attend pre-release demonstrations of the brand new "Pattern Designer" module, designed to define model transformations without having to write a single line of code. With Pattern Designer, simply build the desired model, indicate customizable parts and your pattern is ready for use.

 

In his "Can one be agile with a model-driven approach for large-scale projects?" presentation, Philippe Desfray presented how to organize a team to maximize the benefits of an MDA approach for cooperation between participants, continuous integration, and version and configuration management. For further details, check out the "Organizing a large model-driven software development project - Case study" white paper.

 

Emmanuel Grivot of the DCNS presented and then demonstrated how the combined use of a model-driven approach with Modelio and aspect programming could multiply the productivity of software architecture construction by 20, while providing a high level of agility to the developed system. The "Implementation of an MDA approach with Modelio within the DCNS" case study will soon be available on this website.

 

Delivery of Modelio 1.2.1

October 18th 2010 - Delivery of Modelio 1.2.1

What's new?

CxxDesigner

  • The Cxx Designer module has been redesigned. It is more powerful and user friendly.
  • The use of ‘Variants’ makes it possible to fully customize the code generation.
  • The ACTs (Active Code Templates) now use the Jython language and makes it possible to use directly the Modelio Java API.
  • New functionality, allowing the generation of CLI elements.

         

Document Publisher

  • New functionalities in the Template Editor, allowing the customization of MSWord’s styles and properties.
          


MDA Designer

  • The MDA Designer module has been redesigned. It is more powerful and user friendly.
          The new Module and Command creation windows:

         

 

         


XMI

  • XMI Export feature is now available with Modelio Free Edition. Free Edition users can now export and import XMI.
  • Addition of OMG UML 2.3 format.
          




Note: Please note that the upgrade (1.2 >> 1.2.1) requires a new license key as some modules in the new version come with new features.
Please contact Modeliosoft with your maintenance contract number to request your new license.


   

Service Modeling with SoaML - Arne J. Berre, Dima Panfilenko, (SINTEF)

June 16th 2010 - Modeliosoft presents Modelio 1.2 at ECMFA 2010, Paris

Modeliosoft is a "bronze sponsor" of the ECMFA 2010 conference, where the latest version of the Modelio tool, Modelio 1.2, will be presented.
Modelio will also be used for practical modeling exercises in the context of the "Service Modeling with SoaML" tutorial. Created by European experts in modeling, SOA architecture and the SoaML standard language, this tutorial will present:
  • SOA architecture modeling
  • The SoaML standard
  • Using the Modelio tool

To sign up for this tutorial, which costs 90€/day, click here...

(Please note that the tutorial will be conducted in English)

   

Modelio 1.2 - New Version!

May 17th 2010 - Modelio 1.2 - The enterprise repository for your models

Modelio 1.2 strengthens its repository and teamwork management support through its brand-new model diff/merge feature, which allows version branches to be managed at model level. With Modelio, models can be compared and merged as easily as text.

Find out more about Modelio 1.2...

   

Modelio 1.2 Free Edition

May 17th 2010 - Modelio 1.2 - A free of charge UML/MDA tool

Modelio Free Edition 1.2 now comes with built-in MDA capacities, enabling you to define your own model extensions (UML profiles), add specific menus and commands, and define dedicated processing and services (developed in Java, model transformations, generators, ...).

Still completely free of charge, Modelio Free Edition is now an extendable tool that you can use to provide modeling extensions in open source mode.

Find out more about Modelio's MDA features...

   

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